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  1. Ansonia
    The Ansonia Metro-North Railroad station serves residents of Ansonia, Connecticut, USA, via the Waterbury Branch of the New Haven Line. Learn More
  2. Beacon Falls
    The Beacon Falls Metro-North Railroad station serves residents of Beacon Falls, Connecticut via the Waterbury Branch of the New Haven Line. Learn More
  3. Bethel
    The current station on Durant Avenue was built in 1996 and supersedes the previous station on Depot Place that had been used from 1899 to 1996, which itself replaced a station that was built in 1852 and was burned down in 1898. Learn More
  4. Branchville
    The Branchville Metro-North Railroad station serves residents of the Branchville area of Ridgefield, Connecticut via the Danbury Branch of the New Haven Line. Learn More
  5. Bridgeport
    Bridgeport station was rebuilt in 1975 and has an average ridership of 76,653 passengers. Learn More
  6. Cannondale
    The Danbury and Norwalk Railroad opened this line in late February 1852, with the official opening on March 1. Charles Cannon of Cannondale was the subcontractor who built the route through Wilton. Learn More
  7. Cos Cob
    Built in about 1890, the station was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989 as Cos Cob Railroad Station. The nearby Mianus River Railroad Bridge is also listed on the National Register. Learn More
  8. Danbury
    The Danbury Metro-North Railroad station serves residents of Danbury, Connecticut and surrounding areas at the north terminus of the Danbury Branch of the New Haven Line. Learn More
  9. Darien
    The Darien Metro-North Railroad station serves the residents of Darien, Connecticut via the New Haven Line. It has an average ridership of 351,000 passengers. Learn More
  10. Derby-Shelton

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